Sunday Times Newspapers
RIVERVIEW — A license plate that indicated a vehicle was uninsured led to a traffic stop Nov. 28 on Fort Street near King Road that revealed both the driver and her passenger had invalid driver’s licenses.
The driver, a 37-year-old Rockwood woman, said the vehicle belonged to her boyfriend, but she was unable to produce the vehicle registration or proof of insurance. She did not have a driver’s license with her, and when the police officer ran her name through the Law Enforcement Information Network, her driver’s license status was found to be suspended.
When the passenger supplied her driver’s license, it was found to be suspended as well.
The driver was cited for driving with a suspended license, and told to contact 27th District Court in Wyandotte within 14 days.
Because it was cold outside and there was a toddler in the backseat, the vehicle was not impounded and towed. The driver was advised to park the vehicle once she got home and to not drive again until she had a valid driver’s license.